Timber Technologies Architectural grade Glulams have an attractive, smooth-finished surface. Voids over ¾” are typically filled with wood tone filler or putty. The visible face has been sanded or planed smooth, and the corners have an eased edge. They are intended to be installed exposed to the naked eye and take stain to leave a rich and beautiful color and texture.

Dimensions differ from standard grade beams because of the additional machining involved.

Standard widths:

  • 3 1/8”
  • 5 1/8"
  • 6 3/4"
  • 8 3/4"

Available in depths up to 41 ½”
Design Values 24F - 1.8E available in balanced and unbalanced lay ups.

Available Species
  • Douglas Fir
  • Southern Yellow Pine
  • Western Red Cedar
  • Alaskan Yellow Cedar
Common Uses
  • Vaulted Ceilings in Churches, Pools, Grand Entryways
  • Exposed roof members
  • Exposed floor support girders
  • Stair Stringers
  • Stair Treads
Common Projects
  • Residences
  • Churches
  • Office Buildings
  • Restaurants
  • Schools
  • Pools
Laminated Decking

Laminated Decking is a structurally engineered product of two to five kiln-dried lumber laminations bonded together with an exterior waterproof adhesive to form glue-laminated decking.

  • The decking is used for ceilings and roofs, as well as for balconies, mezzanines, and floors.